Marijuana laws changed in two states this election season.
In Massachusetts, it will no longer be a crime to possess less than one ounce of marijuana. (pot) There will be no more criminal penalties, which were 6 months in jail and a fine of $500.00. This measure passed by 30%, even though the poice, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), the governor, and the mayor of Boston were against it.
In Michigan, seriously sick patients will be able to use marijuana for medical purposes with a doctor’s approval. These patients can grow the pot and have it in their possession. The patients will be given an ID card. This measure passed by 26%.
If you have any questions about marijuana (pot) charges in Jacksonville, call our Jacksonville Marijuana Attorneys at (904) 634-0900.